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Present perfect with Ever - never -




Ever means 'at any time', the specific time is unknown or unnecessary, and is used in questions.

> Have you ever met a famous person ?

(Did you meet a famous person at any time in the past.)

Never is originally a contraction of 'not ever'.

Ever is also used with nothing, nobody for things that haven't happened before.

> - Nobody has ever travelled through time.

Never means the subject hasn't had a certain experience before.

> Have you ever been abroad? No, I've never been abroad.

(I've never had that experience before.)

Ever is also used with 'the first time' for first experiences.

> This is the first time I've ever eaten snake soup.

Never can be used in negative questions to show the surprise that you've never had a certain experience before.

> Have you never played soccer?

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1. Have you eaten lobster ?

2. I have been to France.

3. I think I have really known you.

4. That’s the smallest car I have driven.

5. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact me personally.

6. She is probably the most fascinating woman I have met.

7. If you have felt or known real love, you know it is well worth the wait.

8. Have your children had Turkish Delight or chocolate-covered pistachios ?

9. You have no right to say what the greatest movie is if you have seen “Citizen Kane.”

10. have I suggested that a test should replace a teacher !

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